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Gold N Glitter Tag

Hello Friends

I have been playing around with my new stamps this week.  I have made a lot of new things and this is one of them. You know how much I love making tags so I had to make one.  I am on a glitter role at the moment. So I made this tag with gold glitter and gold sequins. It is a bit over the top but I don't care I love it ha!! I used kraft card to just give it a twist and I think it works quite well. I love the gold ribbon that I picked up at Hobby Lobby in the sale gold glitter chevrons. The sentiment is from No Remedy For Love January 2015 sentiment kit. I heat embossed it with white embossing powder to make it pop :)

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

Have a great weekend :)

Mandi xox

 Friends with Flair


  1. This is wonderful!!! LOVE all the sparkle and shine. I particularly love white embossing on kraft. Lovely sentiment!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  2. Wow, this is pretty too. Love that quote with all the pretty sparkle.

  3. Beautiful tag, Mandi! Love all the gold sparkle and matching embellishments! Lovely sentiment. Thank you for inspiration.

  4. Your tag is gorgeous and I just love the sentiment too! Beautiful embellishing with those sequins and glittered too!

  5. "Over the top" is the way to be!! I love all the wonderful shine and shimmer, it's fabulous! And I absolutely love the sentiment, one of my favorite scriptures!

  6. Gorgeous tag! I love all the sparkle and shine! The gold is breathtaking!

  7. Beautiful tag and the gold is fabulous!

  8. Wonderful scripture Mandi!! This is a sweet and sparkly design..and I love it!

  9. Love the way you did the dots and the sequins for the top of your tag. Have a good week.


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